Today I’m going to show you how to easily mirror out your doors! One of the projects for JJ’s playroom was to put mirrors on the bifold closet doors. This room is pretty small + the builder grade doors are pretty generic. Here’s what the doors looked like before.
I wanted to mirror out the door because I wanted to open up this space, reflect light, and ultimately make this room look bigger. This DIY Mirrored Doors cost me about $18 and I believe you can give your doors a major makeover on a small budget. Mirrors really help make your space look bigger, lighter, and brighter!
Get them Cleaned + Prepped
Once you have the doors off the track, give them a good cleaning, if needed.
I also gave mine a coat of paint. If you want to change the color of your door, now is the time to do that.
Take Measurements and get your pieces cut. I got mine cut at Lowes.
Measure where you want the mirrors to go. These doors have a border and I wanted the mirror to be flush inside the frame.
Get your Glass + Prep
I took my measurements to Lowe’s and they were able to get all the pieces I needed out of 1 sheet (30×36″) of glass mirror.
Glue the mirrors down. I used PL 530 for the most secure hold
I used PL530 to glue the mirrors the DIY Mirrored Nightstand and was really confident with this decision.
Then secured these knobs to the door
This DIY Mirrored Doors cost me about $18 and I believe you can give your doors a major makeover on a small budget. Mirrors really help make your space look bigger, lighter, and brighter! What do you think about this project?